A St. Paul firefighter will receive a more than half million dollar settlement in a disability dispute. William Eldredge claims the fire department tried to fire him and transfer him to a lesser paying job because he had an eyesight disability.
Report: Minnesota's first Omicron case linked to 15 COVID infections at NYC anime convention
The Minnesota patient was in New York with 30 friends last month.
Woman in critical condition after being shot in the head in St. Paul
Officers responded to the incident at around 2:45 a.m. Saturday.
Omicron variant confirmed in Wisconsin man who traveled to South Africa
Five other cases have been confirmed and linked to a Wisconsin wedding.
Police find man dead, another with 'self-inflicted stab wound' in St. Anthony home
The incident is now under investigation.
Sunday snowstorm walloping MN's North Shore with huge totals
Just ridiculous snow totals expected the rest of Sunday.
Wild win battle of NHL's hottest teams, extend winning streak to six
Kirill Kaprizov delivered a shootout winner to take down the Maple Leafs.
Popular Minneapolis taproom to start requiring proof of vaccination
The new policy will only apply to indoor service.
Vikings downgrade Eric Kendricks to out against Lions
The Vikings have also activated Michael Pierce from injured reserve.
Minnesotan sentenced after assaulting man with baseball bat
Marshall Wayne Boshey was sentenced to 30 months in prison followed by two years of supervised release.
Target's gift card discount is back, but for this weekend only
The fine print: for Target Circle members only (but membership is free).
Lawsuit settled over institution's treatment of disabled residents
A year-long investigation into a state-run facility for people with developmental disabilities says workers there frequently locked residents in handcuffs and other restraints.
Wayzata church settles suit with city
The Unitarian Universalist Church of Minnetonka will be allowed to build a house of worship on a residential parcel of land after all. A 2010 federal suit alleges that the city's blockade of the project was a violation of the church's First Amendment rights to free speech and religious worship.
Coleman avoids protest at St. Paul budget speech with firefighter agreement
St. Paul Mayor Chris Coleman has avoided a planned protest at the annual mayor's budget address Monday thanks to an agreement with the firefighter's union. Union officials were angry this week after Coleman announced he would decommission Rescue Squad 2 and leave only two rescue squads in the city. The squad will remain with the agreement, but have one less member.
St. Paul heats up: 2013 firefighter calendars now available
Meet the models of the 2013 St. Paul Firefighter Calendar at O'Gara's Thursday night. All proceeds benefit the St. Paul Fire Foundation.
U.S. Bank settles overdraft suits for $55M
Minneapolis-based U.S. Bancorp has aggreed to pay out $55 million to settle lawsuits accused of imposing imposed excessive overdraft fees on customers. If a federal judge approves the settlement, the Star Tribune reports more than a million U.S. Bank customers could see some money returned. U.S. Bancorp is among more than 30 lenders being sued over the fees.
Group pushes to move firefighter memorial from airport to Capitol
The statue of a firefighter carrying a child to safety has sat in a corner of the baggage claim area for more than 20 years. The Minnesota Fire Service Foundation wants it to gain more attention by moving it to the state Capitol.
Discrimination suit costs St. Cloud schools $37,000 in legal fees
A 20-month federal investigation into alleged discrimination against Muslim students in the St. Cloud schools ended with a settlement.
Audio: 'Mayday' calls from Minneapolis firefighters
Five firefighters became trapped on the third floor battling last week's fire at the Walker Community United Methodist Church. Fortunately, all five escaped the flames that destroyed the historic building. The fire remains under investigation.
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